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|Posted by Administrator (admin) on 10 Jan 2012|
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[There is a comprehensive report on the subject of restoration in the AGM minutes and more will be forthcoming after the committee has had time reflect and think about the way forward. ]
Some members have recently expressed their concern specifically about the tarring of
We therefore ask that members state their position on this matter in a straw poll by emailing to Jennifer Johnson.
It is not necessary (or even helpful!) to support your position with reasons and argument - these have been cogently expressed already. Simply let us know where you stand on the issue of tarring further streets in the village. Thanks for your participation. Rob Leiper
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